Jean Richepin Net Worth

Jean Richepin Net Worth is
$4 Million

Jean Richepin Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Template:Multiple issuesJean Richepin (French pronunciation: ?[??? ?i?p??]; 4 February 1849 - 12 December 1926), French poet, novelist and dramatist, the son of an army doctor, was born at Médéa, French Algeria.At school and at the École Normale Supérieure he gave evidence of brilliant, if somewhat undisciplined, powers, for which he found physical vent in different directions—first as a franc-tireur in the Franco-German War, and afterwards as actor, sailor and stevedore—and an intellectual outlet in the writing of poems, plays and novels which vividly reflected his erratic but unmistakable talent. A play, L'Étoile, written by him in collaboration with André Gill (1840–1885), was produced in 1873; but Richepin was virtually unknown until the publication, in 1876, of a volume of verse entitled La Chanson des gueux, when his outspokenness resulted in his being imprisoned and fined for outrage aux mœurs.The same quality characterized his succeeding volumes of verse: Les Caresses (1877), Les Blasphèmes (1884), La Mer (1886), Mes paradis (1894), La Bombarde (1899). His novels have developed in style from the morbidity and brutality of Les morts bizarres (1876), La Glu (1881) and Le Pavé (1883) to the more thoughtful psychology of Madame André (1878), Sophie Monnier (1884), Cisarine (1888), L'Aîné (1893), Grandes amoureuses (1896) and La Gibasse (1899), and the more simple portrayal of life in Miarka (1883), Les Braves Gens (1886), Truandailles (1890), La Miseloque (1892) and Flamboche (1895).His plays, though occasionally marred by his characteristic propensity for dramatic violence of thought and language, constitute in many respects his best work. During the 1880s he had an affair with Sarah Bernhardt, the greatest actress of the time.Most of these were produced at the Comédie française. He also wrote Miarka (1905), adapted from his novel, for the music of Alexandre Georges, and Le mage (1891) for the music of Jules Massenet. A friend of Emmanuel Chabrier, he helped the composer to correct and salvage the libretto of Le roi malgré lui, as well as providing the words for La Sulamite. In addition, his novel La Glu was the basis for an opera by Gabriel Dupont as well as one by Camille Erlanger. A friend of Arthur Rimbaud, he was one of only "seven known recipients" of the first edition of A Season in Hell.He died in Paris. His son, Jacques was also a dramatist.
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Date Of BirthFebruary 4, 1849
Place Of BirthMédéa, Algeria
ProfessionWriter, Actor
Star SignAquarius
1[on the performance of Gabrielle Réjane in Miarka, the Child of the Bear (1920)] To the screen Réjane gave her entire faith, her courage, her passion for truth, for intensity, for life; and proved, like the great artist she was, how she could translate a dream into a reality - this beloved, this simple Réjane, in whom was incarnate the very soul of Paris, of that Paris which is the smile of the universe.
1His wife was a daughter of Ladislas de Stempowski, baron of D'Austerlohe.
2Remembered in America for his musical comedy "Mademoiselle Napoleon".
3Served in the Franco-Prussian War.
4Father of Jacques Richepin.
5French poet, author, playwright and actor.


La Glu1938play
Miarka, la fille à l'ourse1937novel
Le chemineau1935play
La Glu1927novel
Miarka, the Child of the Bear1920novel
Le chemineau1917play
Mères françaises1917
Miarka, la fille à l'ourse1914Short novel "Miarka, la fille à l'ourse"
The Siren1913novel
Le filibustier1910Short


Miarka, the Child of the Bear1920Le châtelain

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